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Information on entry requirements, scholarships, and agents for applicants from Ukraine for 2022 and September 2023 entry

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The University of Dundee unequivocally condemns the invasion of Ukraine by the Russian Federation and calls for a peaceful solution that avoids further bloodshed and tragedy.

We are keen to support students from Ukraine who wish to study at the University of Dundee whether you have applied already or not. We also have several funding and support schemes in place, depending on your status as explained on this page.

We have reached out to all our current students from Ukraine and neighbouring countries to offer practical support and advice.

Ukrainian nationals

If you:

  • are a Ukrainian national (passport or residency documentation)
  • were residing in Ukraine on or immediately before 1 January 2022 (including if you have now left Ukraine)

then:

  • your fee will be the equivalent of the fee charged to Scottish students. However, a fee status assessment will still be completed to determine any visa requirements and associated processes.

Once you arrive in Dundee

You may be able to apply for SAAS (Student Awards Agency Scotland) funding which will support you throughout your studies if you are eligible and have applied to any of the following visa schemes:

  • Homes for Ukraine
  • Ukraine Family
  • Ukraine Extension

Full information will be provided by SAAS.

Evidence of your immigration status in the UK will be required prior to matriculation.

Additional support will be provided if you are unable to access academic transcripts or English language support.

If you are a new applicant (including transfers)

You can look at the subjects and courses we offer on our website.

We understand that it may be difficult for you to access academic transcripts or English language proficiency tests at the moment. We will work with a translation service on your behalf to receive certified translations, where possible we may also be able to assess your English Language via our internal English Language assessment test.

Undergraduate (Bachelors) courses

  • you can apply using the how to apply link on each course webpage. Or if you prefer you can also apply via UCAS.
  • To be considered for entry into our 4 year undergraduate courses we would typically ask for completion of Independent External Examinations, National Multi-subject Test (NMT) or a High School equivalent if you are now studying outside of Ukraine.
  • Applicants who are unable to meet our typical entry requirement may be considered for study at International College Dundee.

Taught postgraduate (Masters) courses

Research postgraduate (PhD) 

Once you have received an offer to study with us, you may also wish to apply for our Humanitarian Scholarship.

If you have any questions before you apply, please contact the Applicant Enquiry Team at ContactUs@dundee.ac.uk who will find an answer for you. They may also put you in contact with a named International Engagement Officer who can support you through the application process.

We understand that it may be difficult for you to access academic transcripts or English language proficiency tests at the moment. We will do what we can to support you with this.

For transfers from a Ukrainian university

If you are a transfer applicant who has started studying at a Ukrainian university and wish to complete your studies with us, we welcome an application to transfer into a course which matches your interrupted studies. Look at the subjects and courses we offer on our website to find a suitable match. If we are unable to offer you a place on the course you have selected to study, we will support you to find an appropriate match.

It is important to give as much information about what you have studied already so that we can review the modules you have completed and ensure we match you with the most appropriate course. We will also have to assess your level of English language.

Unfortunately, we cannot offer transfers into our Undergraduate Medicine course. Applicants wishing to transfer must start their studies from Year 1 and apply before the application deadline of 15th October 2022.

UK Nationals who were studying in Ukraine

If you are a UK National who was studying in Ukraine, have had your studies disrupted, and have since returned to the UK:

  • you will be classified as a Scottish or Rest of UK student based on standard fee status guidelines
  • you should apply via UCAS
  • you can apply for funding from SAAS or the Student Loans Company as a standard Scottish/Rest of UK student

Additional support will be provided if you are unable to access academic transcripts from your place of study in Ukraine.

Non-UK, Non-Ukrainian nationals who were studying in Ukraine

If you are a Non-UK, Non-Ukrainian national who was studying in Ukraine and have since returned to your home country, or are currently living outside of Ukraine:

  • you will be assessed as International and will follow the process of an ordinary International applicant
  • you will need to pay standard International fees
  • the Humanitarian Scholarship is an available option where individuals have obtained asylum or refugee status.

If you have already applied to Dundee

If you have already applied to study with us, we will assess or re-assess your application under the new policy depending on your immigration, nationality, and residency criteria.

If you have any questions about your application please contact InternationalStudent@dundee.ac.uk and one of our International Engagement Officers will guide and support you through the admissions process.

If you have received an offer to study with us, you may also wish to apply for our Humanitarian Scholarship. Please contact scholarships@dundee.ac.uk if you have any queries.  

Contact our enquiry team

If you have any questions about the admissions process, studying, or living in Dundee, please contact us

We can also connect you with our alumni ambassadors to learn about their experience of studying in Dundee as well as their career and achievements since graduating.